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Ready to move beyond tired Jeopardy slides? Try a few rounds of the Flyswatter Game, a no-fail way to keep teens active and excited about test prep. Six Easy Steps: 1. Create a list of review quest…
Jessica Moore saved to Teach
Check out these 5 No-Prep Reviews Games for any classroom or any subject! Click to see what no-prep review games you can add to your teacher toolbox!
Some days you just need a break from the monotony! Preparing for exams, transitioning to a new unit, days when half your students are gone for a basketball tour
Kara Glithero saved to Teaching: Resources
This post explains how teachers can use an academic version of the highly engaging Spoons game to review concepts. Free games included!
Liz Carmines saved to ESL
We all know that engaging students is important. But do you ever struggle with unique ways to engage your students? I know I do. One night, while lying in bed, I came up with a fun idea for teachin…
Dianne Rogers saved to teaching
Why are there so many insecurities as a language learner? How to change it? Here are 25 qualities of good language learners and what to do.
Janet Mahat saved to Lesson planning ideas
Are you looking for some ideas that you can use to review important content with your class before a test? Check out these 5 engaging games for reviewing!
Maria Peterman saved to Classroom
Nov 6, 2020 - Download this free speaking activitiy to teach likes and dislikes in English at home. It's simple and gets your child practicing this important functional language. Check it out today!
Joana Nascimento Czellnik saved to GERMAN
If you're teaching nouns in first grade or second grade, this free noun game is a great fit! Kids can list a person, place, object, or animal as they move along the board. #firstgrade #secondgrade #noungame #grammar
We all know that engaging students is important. But do you ever struggle with unique ways to engage your students? I know I do. One night, while laying in bed, I came up with a fun idea for teaching certain concepts. Life-Size Game Boards. Pretty cool huh? To make this happen, you will need to do a little prep. However, it will be very worth it! 1. Make sure you have large dice, cups and the board game tiles. (I linked my affiliate links for these if you need them!) 2. Print the clip art…
Faith Candusso saved to Homeschooling